Friday , 7 August 2020
Daimler/Mercedes AMG F1

2020 Hungarian GP Key Stats

After spending two weekends racing in Austria, we finally move on to a different track and country, and it’s one Hamilton is incredibly dominant at.

Track Stats:
4.381km long lap
70 lap race
306.670km race distance
34 previous races
15 wins from pole (44.12%)
21 wins from the front row (61.76%)
17 different winners
11 wins from McLaren
7 wins from Hamilton

Driver/Team Stats:
Only one Hungarian has ever raced in F1, Zsolt Baumgartner, he raced 20 times over two seasons and scored just a single point
Hamilton has won 7 of the 13 Hungarian GPs he’s entered (53.85%)
Pierre Gasly will be entering his 50th F1 race

Silly Stats:
The Rubik’s Cube was invented by a Hungarian, you could line 76,860 of them around the Hungarian GP, or if you wanted 14,832,564 of them would completely cover the track surface.
A great white shark would be able to swim the same length as the Hungaroring in 5:15.432, or to swim the entire race distance it would take 6:08:00.240.

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